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Dispute Resolution

QualitySolicitors Knight Polson has an established and successful dispute resolution team. We focus on resolving a range of legal disputes whether through the courts or through alternative dispute resolution including; mediation, negotiation, adjudication or arbitration. Sometimes Court action is not the best way forward for a variety of reasons and we can therefore look to resolve your dispute in other ways and in each case, we will tailor the method of resolution to your needs and wishes and provide suitable options.

Our solicitors have experience of a very wide range of disputes. We understand the pressures you are under and that is why you can speak direct to a solicitor to find out the merits of your case and the options open to you. We will guide you through each stage of the legal process, providing straightforward, practical advice, helping you avoid the pitfalls and problems involved.

We offer a range of funding options and we can discuss which is right for your case. It costs nothing to pick up the phone and find out more. We will always be clear about the cost of our services and we never undertake work before you agree to it, so you are always in control. Call us on 023 8064 4822 to find out more.

Offices in Eastleigh and Fareham.

Team members

Daniel Cottrell
Director, Head of Dispute Resolution
Eastleigh, Fareham

News and media

  • News
    • Posted on January 26, 2017
      Mr Paulley, a wheelchair user, sought to board a bus operated by FirstGroup on 24 February 2012. The wheelchair space marked with a notice which read ‘Please give up this space for a wheelchair user’ was occupied by a sleeping child in a pushchair. The bus driver asked the child’s mother to vacate but the mother refused and the driver took no further action.
    • Posted on December 20, 2016
      With the festive season in full swing, a recent High Court ruling provides a useful and timely reminder to employers regarding conduct at the Christmas party and whether employers can be held liable for acts taking place outside of the workplace.
      Posted in: Employment
    • Posted on August 17, 2015
      The Employment Appeal Tribunal has held that a claim for stigma damages does not need to be formally pleaded to be considered. In exceptional circumstances, an Employment Tribunal may consider such an award even if there is no reference in a claim form. However, it is not a matter of course for the Tribunal and will turn on its own facts.
      Posted in: Employment

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